I could live with Watson to Pryor for the better part of the next decade. Get paid and keep working TP!
PSU is 103rd against the run, so I'm hoping that leads to 15-20 touches a piece for Weber and Samuel, and we even see some McCall later on in the second half. Here's hoping that the OL keeps Barrett clean and he finds targets earlier in routes in order to keep him in the low double digit (preferably single digit) range for rush attempts. It's time for a big play in the passing game, and I think that we finally see JT hit a couple over the top of an injury depleted PSU D.
It's closer than we'd like early, but the Bucks' depth wears them down. Hooker continues the Pick Six tradition and we finally see a special teams TD. 41-13 good guys.
Who gives a sh*t, it's gone!
As long as no one steals Jobu's rum, they should be fine.
So happy to see the Tribe rally and get back to the Series. They were written off by a lot of the national media coming into the postseason, but they have been so clutch and the pitching has been exceptional thus far. I've seen them get here before ('95, ugh, and '97 was it's own particular brand of painful), so I'm approaching it with a tempered optimism. I can't wait for the NLCS to get over with so that I can see the Tribe try and get CLE's second title in 6 months!
The kid's really good, but I'll pull rank and ask how many conference championships and natiOnal cHampIOnships he's won at Pitt. In the end, it would have probably been nice to have him, but looking at what the Bucks have developed at DE and OLB the last 5 years, I'll take our group. I agree that it could have been a good thing for everyone had Price and Cash both signed with, and graduate from OSU, but in the end they did what was best for them and it's hard to argue with the results for all the parties.
Well, when it comes to whether the officials are conspiring against PSU, there is one surefire way that the Bucks could put the complaints and conspiracies to bed -
Of course! Didn't you hear the geniuses clamoring for them to replace him with the founder of MENSA immediately?
Gotta be Shock the Monkey.
Give him the Melvin 2014 Gordon treatment.
Maybe Big Bear can give Little Bear some suplex pointers before the game.
Hackenberg now plays for the New York Jets
"Plays" (for one of the worst teams in the NFL) is a very loose term in this instance.
I don't know much about how the order of the Draft would have changed, but I think it's safe to say that Tyvis and Jalin would have heard their names called and the Bucks would have had tied their own record.
I always say that there are two possible outcomes for a husband arguing with his wife - Either she's right, or he's wrong. It's served me well the last 10 years.
The fact that Vanderbilt and Purdue having the same uniform colors makes sense because it isn't the only thing that they have in common.
It's like a Miami game.
I'll keep saying it - 7-0 with two road wins over top 15 teams despite losing 14 players to the NFL is a helluva start. The best thing is that there is still plenty of room, and plenty of time, for improvement, and they know it.
Especially the dimension of having a downfield threat. It's a void that I'd expected Mack to step up and fill by now but that obviously hasn't happened yet.
If the transitive property truly applied to college football, Vanderbilt should be ACC champs.
I'll take the unpopular stance that the Bucks got away with holding on some very key plays, so it balances out overall.
Unless you're Kate Beckinsale. She can.
No doubt. It's something that can hopefully be fixed. I'm worried that for some reason, they're loaded with elite WR recruits that can't figure out how to get open. At this point, 7-0 with two night road wins over top 15 opponents is pretty damn good. Still room and time to improve.
Yeah, but Burrow is better.
Whatever the coaches changed, Webb shut down that TE in the 2nd half. Gotta give the staff credit for what they did at halftime.
56-4. 56. And 4. That is just insane.
Not nearly as hilarious as calling on Gene Smith to give Urban the boot for Tom Herman.